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  • Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This is a black-and-white postcard with a photograph of a part of Cavenagh Bridge in Singapore. One of the oldest bridges in Singapore it is also the only suspension bridge. It spans the lower reaches of the Singapore River. Buildings in Raffles Place can be seen in the background. The...
  • Anderson Bridge – Singapore

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    This postcard features a photograph showing Anderson Bridge in Singapore. It is a vehicular bridge with steel arches. There are two archways at each end. Rickshaws and bullock carts can be seen on the bridge. The back of the postcard is unwritten. Date of creation estimated.
  • Anderson Bridge, Singapore

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    This postcard features a photograph showing Anderson Bridge in Singapore. It is a vehicular bridge with steel arches. A few sampans are seen on the river under the bridge. The back of the postcard is unwritten. Date of creation estimated.
  • Cavenagh Bridge, Singapore

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    This is a black-and-white postcard with a photograph of a view of Cavenagh Bridge in Singapore, taken from a distance. In the photograph a rickshaw is exiting the bridge. On the left is a row of shophouses along the road leading to the bridge. There is a shelter on the...
  • Anderson Bridge, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This postcard features a photograph showing Anderson Bridge in Singapore. It is a vehicular bridge with steel arches. There are two archways at each end. An electric tram and a rickshaw can be seen on the bridge. The back of the postcard is unwritten. Date of creation estimated.
  • Anderson Bridge, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This postcard features a coloured picture of the Anderson Bridge. It shows a few pedestrians walking towards the bridge. Opened on 12 March 1910, the bridge was meant to replace the Cavenagh bridge to cope with the growing traffic. However Cavenagh Bridge was spared from demolition. This unwritten postcard has...
  • View of Singapore town, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This is a black and white postcard with a photograph of a scenery of Singapore city. It shows an aerial view of Singapore with the Singapore River, shophouses, other low-rise buildings, as well as Cavenagh Bridge. In the foreground can be seen the rooftops of some buildings. The words "View...
  • Singapore River

    Streets and Places
    This is a black and white postcard with a photograph of a scenery of the Singapore River. It shows a river with some boat traffic. In the background is the Cavenagh Bridge and the Fullerton Building. The word "Singapore" is written at the bottom-right corner of the postcard. Title devised...
  • Causeway Johore

    Streets and Places
    This is a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Singapore-Johor Causeway under construction. The causeway was officially opened on 28 June 1924 by Governor Sir Laurence Guillemard, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Johore.
  • Causeway Johore

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    This is a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Singapore-Johor Causeway. The causeway was officially opened on 28 June 1924 by Governor Sir Laurence Guillemard, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Johore. Two motor vehicles travelling in opposite directions are seen on the causeway....
  • The Cavanagh Bridge, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph showing a busy scene around the Cavenagh Bridge. A sampan (small boat), ferrying goods, can be seen under the bridge. Meanwhile, there are bicycles and rickshaws travelling on the bridge itself. Built in 1868, it is...
  • Read Bridge, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a coloured picture postcard with a photograph of several men walking on the Read Bridge (which replaced Merchant Bridge). Shophouses and godowns are seen in the background. The Read Bridge, located in the Central Region of the Singapore River area, was opened on...
  • View : Johore

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    This is a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Singapore-Johor Causeway. The causeway was officially opened on 28 June 1924 by Governor Sir Laurence Guillemard, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Johore.
  • Causeway from Singapore to Johore Bahru

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    This is a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Singapore-Johor Causeway. The causeway was officially opened on 28 June 1924 by Governor Sir Laurence Guillemard, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Johore. A motor car is heading towards Singapore.
  • Causeway Johore

    Streets and Places
    This is a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Singapore-Johor Causeway. The causeway was officially opened on 28 June 1924 by Governor Sir Laurence Guillemard, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Johore. A train is seen on the railway track on the causeway.
  • Bedok Bridge, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This postcard shows a view of the beach at Tanjong Katong (postcard mislabelled as "Bedok Bridge"). A bridge is seen on the left. Several coconut trees are found on the beach.
  • Causeway, Singapore-Johore

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    This is a coloured picture postcard with a photograph of the Singapore-Johor Causeway. The causeway was officially opened on 28 June 1924 by Governor Sir Laurence Guillemard, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Johore. A few trains are seen on the railway tracks at one end...
  • Anderson Bridge, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This black-and-white postcard with a photograph of Anderson Bridge. The bridge connects Empress Place with Collyer Quay. It was once known as the Victoria Bridge.
  • Orchard Road railway bridge – Singapore

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    This shows the front and back of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of Orchard Road Railway Bridge near Emerald Hill. A train is seen on the bridge in the photograph. This postcard has a divided back.
  • "Causeway" from Singapore

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    This is a coloured picture postcard with a photograph of the Singapore-Johor Causeway. The causeway was officially opened on 28 June 1924 by Governor Sir Laurence Guillemard, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Johore. A train is seen on the railway track on the causeway.
  • Cavenagh Bridge, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This postcard from the “Lim Shao Bin Collection” features a photograph that shows a view of Cavenagh Bridge in Singapore, taken from a distance. In the photograph, a rickshaw is exiting the bridge. On the left there is a row of shophouses along the road leading to the bridge. There...
  • Bridge and landing stage at Totnes, postcard : back

    Streets and Places · Transportation
    This image shows the back of the postcard "Bridge and landing stage at Totnes, postcard". A message in black ink is handwritten on the divided back of the postcard. Dated "10/10/22", the postcard is written by "T. Ku & T. Kim" to "Darling Song". The writer writes of their attempts...
  • Bridge and landing stage at Totnes, postcard : front

    Streets and Places · Transportation
    The image shows a general view of River Dart from Totnes, located in Devon, England. Several boats are docked at the landing stage on the river with passengers disembarking from the boats. The Totnes Bridge can be seen in the background. The postcard bears the caption "Bridge and landing stage,...
  • High Level Bridge and Swing Bridge over River Tyne, postcard : front

    Streets and Places · Transportation
    The image shows a general view of the two bridges spanning the River Tyne between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead in North East England. The Swing Bridge is seen in the middle of the postcard, with the High Level Bridge towering over it in the background. Buildings along the banks...